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Vitabella Wine Daily Gossip – Today « The natural wine movement is teetering on the edge of charlatanry ». Also read about Biodynamic, Oxidation, Rosé, Britagne…

7 juillet 2011 No Comment
Daily GossipEdition July 7, 2011

Today "The natural wine movement is teetering on the edge of charlatanry". Also read about Biodynamic, Oxidation, Rosé, Britagne, Burgundy, champagne, oak, soave, franschoek, santorini...VitaBella Wine Daily Gossip brings together some articles read on the internet over the last 24 hours.

The natural wine movement is teetering on the edge of charlatanry
(Decanter)

In UK, sub-£5 wine “increasingly difficult”
(The Drinks Business)

Bushfires are causing a headache for Australian winemakers.
(NZ Herald)

In Australia, A sommelier of distinction
(Sidney Morning Herald)

This one is a beauty: 2007 Chapoutier COTES DU RHONE "Belleruche" (Big house wine)

Cold Soak or Extended Maceration ?
(Vintage Texas)

Summer Wine: Cheap Thrills from sommelier Anne Martin (National Post)

How to Fix California Syrah: a Consultant’s Point of View
(Palate Press)

Forbes Wine of the Week: 2005 Blue Rock Estate Best Barrels Syrah
(Forbes)

In New Zealand, New boss for troubled NZ Wine Company
(National Business Review)

Strong loonie cuts into Canada’s wine industry
(The Star)

In South Africa, To age gracefullly
(Wine Mag)

New Study: The difference between label disclosure and actual alcohol strength per country
(Stuff)

Oxidation problem makes white Burgundy 'unreliable'
(Decanter)

Didn’t Have Time to Exercise? Drink Some Red Wine.
(Forbes)

Europe's biodynamic wine-makers swim against the tide
(Reuters)

Rosés of a Different Color
(New York Times)

In Israel, the Avidan winery is currently producing about 30,000 bottles annually
(Haaretz)

In US : To Syrah, With Love
(Mercury News)

Warmer temperatures may threaten California vineyards, study says
(Los Angeles Times)

A reason to toast Canada’s growing wine industry
(Ottawa Citizen)

What we want - ideally - from our American vintners
(Boston.com)

When a wine fails to age, who’s to blame?
(Dr Vino)

ICONIC Australian wine labels Penfolds and Lindeman's could soon be owned by the Chinese.
(Weekly Times)

British ‘Champagne’ may be named as Britagne
(Indian Wine Academy)

Monsieur Parker, Welcome on board of this EP2010 Bordeaux First Class flight! Please Fasten your Seatbelts, Turbulence ahead…
(Drinks Media Wire)

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